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Saint-Tropez, a must-see destination for its lovely Provencal atmosphere, its beautiful beaches, and its architecture! Nestled along the French Riviera, this small city has the best nightlife, most-prized beaches, and foods in France. It usually represents elegance, luxury, and celebrities, but this city has it all and you would be surprised about it. Walk down the promenade of the Old Port, the heart of the town full of tiny fishing boats and yachts, colorful houses, and chic cafés. Go through the streets and admire the street arts made by several artists. Head up to the Citadel with its hexagonal shape that guards the town from above for years. To keep the same old feeling, come to the Place des Lices, a city square where you will see locals play pétanque and relax at the Café des Arts. It is also where the local market takes place if you ever want to taste the fresh produce of Provence. Hang out at Plage de Pampelonne where you can whisk away the evening at a beach bar or trendy restaurant or Plage de la Ponche to swim in a turquoise sea and enjoy the sun. If you are sporty, you can take on the Sentier du Littoral, a half-day hiking trail to admire the beautiful nature of the Peninsula and its stunning colors. Whether you are looking for a luxurious retreat or a tranquil getaway, Saint-Tropez is made for you. Do not miss the opportunity and make it your next holiday destination!
If you like the sound of cruising the French Riviera, but you'd prefer to be in the passenger seat, consider joining a guided car tour. We work with local suppliers to organize memorable car tours to a destination of your choosing. Our hosts provide a variety of tours ranging from vintage experiences in Nice to retro tours in Monaco. Most 60-minute car tours are around €100 for 1 or 2 person(s). If you'd prefer a bespoke car tour, our tailor-made excursions cost up to €500. Whether you choose a private tour in a beautiful vintage car or a modern sports car, you'll leave with unforgettable memories of the French Riviera.